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Matthew Vandermeulen

Biology

University at Buffalo

Matthew has authored 2 articles

Reintroducing sea otters is good for the environment and the economy, and both matter

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More sea otters are detrimental to fisheries income, but economic gains in other sectors outweigh these losses

Matthew Vandermeulen

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Fungi learn how to cope with drought, but at a cost

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Understanding what climate change will do to belowground ecosystems helps us predict what will happen aboveground, too

Matthew Vandermeulen

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Wasps are parasitizing caterpillars less often under climate change

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Changing interactions could lead to a decline in important ecosystem services like pest control

Scientists, beware of the consequences of routine practices in your lab!

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The harmless practice of using parafilm to seal agar petri dishes containing the model organism, C. elegans, actually impacts larval development

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Shy sea lions may have a better shot at survival than their rambunctious siblings

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Shier pups exhibited more variation in their behavior, a sign of an ability to adapt

Fernanda Ruiz Fadel

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Even vampire bats do social distancing when their friends are sick

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New research finds that bats care for their ill family members, but don't socialize as much with their sick friends

Olivia Box

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Ancient dog bones tell us what was on the menu for both dogs and humans

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What dogs ate can reveal clues about 12,000 year old lifestyles

Jaime Chambers

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